Kay Goldsworthy reflects on her own experience of receiving God's forgiveness and mercy, and through that gift, learning what it means for us to show the same as part of Common Grace's Jesus and Justice Lent Devotional Series.
It is when we are caught up in the spirit of forgiveness that justice can flow. Graham and Grant Paulson share that because God first forgives us, we can forgive others as part of Common Grace's Jesus and Justice Lent Devotional Series.
Brett White from Kingsway Churches reflects on how his church has sought to live the call of International Women’s Day 2021 theme #ChooseToChallenge.
As we consider Australia's Earth Overshoot Day, Dr Mick Pope asks us to ponder if the world in which we live is as boundless as we think?
Jane Kelly reflects on what Earth Overshoot Day might have meant in her life if she actually factored the consequences of living beyond our limits.
Global Footprint Network, an international research organisation that provides decision-makers with a menu of tools to help the human economy operate within Earth’s ecological limits organises Earth Overshoot Day each year.
To act justly requires that we see things with fresh eyes – a new perspective. Hear Brooke Prentis as part of Common Grace's Jesus and Justice Lent Devotional Series.
Charlene Delos Santos declares “It was a shock to have their leader get down on his knees to serve them this way” as part of Common Grace's Jesus and Justice Lent Devotional Series.
Christians in particular have reason to keep talking about refugees given the Bible has much to say on this issue. Dr Ebony Birchall reflects on a new book 'Refuge Reimagined'.
Rev Dr Mike Frost declares “Any declaration of a love for Jesus cannot be separated from a love of neighbour” as part of Common Grace's Jesus and Justice Lent Devotional Series.
Bianca Manning calls us to go on a journey of education and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice.
What can a minute of silence do on #January 26? Rosie Shorter reflects on how silence confers recognition and respect.
Stand in solidarity on January 26th and participate in Aboriginal rallies and gatherings to mark this Day of Mourning, Survival Day, Invasion Day.
On the evening before 26th January our church community is looking forward to joining with thousands of others to answer the call to prayer to #ChangeTheHeart of this nation. You can too..
Nathan Campbell shares what it means to attend #ChangeTheHeart services and why you should accept Aunty Jean Phillips invitation and come on the journey.
In this #Advent Devotional, Brooke Prentis reflects on a big year and the birth of Jesus: a truly unprecedented event.